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El Doce (Córdoba)

It is the most popular TV channel in Córdoba, the largest city in the country after Buenos Aires. Apart from covering the province of Córdoba, it has a repeater in Catamarca.

Most of its programming are repeats from Canal 13, in Buenos Aires, except for news bulletins, which are locally produced, and an agricultural show that has been airing for decades.

In 2000, Artear S.A, subsidiary of Grupo Clarín, acquired 85.18% of TeleCor S.A.C.I.’s stock (Canal 12), which belonged to Sociedad Argentina de Medios S.A., José María Buccafusca, Arón Braver (one of the channel’s founders) and Francisco Quiñonero (Braver’s nephew and heir). Quiñonero currently retains 14.8% of the capital stock.

In 2015 the Federal Audiovisual Communication Services Authority (AFSCA) assigned El Doce the signal 27.1 of Digital Terrestrial Television (DTTV).

 

Key facts

Audience Share

21%

Ownership Type

Private

Geographic Coverage

Regional

Content Type

Free content

Active Transparency

company/channel informs proactively and comprehensively about its ownership, data is constantly updated and easily verifiable

4 ♥

Media Companies / Groups

Grupo Clarín

Ownership

Ownership Structure

Canal 12 is Telecor S.A.C.I. 85.1% of its shares belong to Radiotelevisivo Argentino Sociedad Anónima (Artear S.A.), from Grupo Clarín.

Voting Rights

Grupo Clarín’s board of directors manages Artear S.A.

Individual Owner

Media Companies / Groups
Facts

General Information

Founding Year

1960

Affiliated Interests Founder

Arón Alberto Braver

Born in the province of Entre Ríos, Braver worked as a journalist until he started managing advertising in several radio stations from Buenos Aires. He founded his own advertising agency and, in 1959, he joined a group of national businesspeople to create Telecor, licensee of Canal 12, the first TV channel in the interior of Argentina.

Affiliated Interests Ceo

Ricardo Blanco

He moved from Buenos Aires to Córdoba in 2000, when Artear S.A. purchased 50.18% of Telecor S.A.C.I. (Canal 12).

Affiliated Interests Editor-In-Chief

Ernesto Bauer

Apart from being Content Manager, he is also Technical Manager.

Affiliated Interests other important people

Francisco Quiñonero

Nephew and heir of the channel’s founder, Arón Braver, he holds 14.8 % of Canal 12’s stock. He also leads, together with his wife, the family’s main company, Estudio de Publicidad Braver, which was also founded by his uncle.
José Ignacio Sosa Tillard

http://He coordinates locally produced current affairs shows.

Contact

Av. Fernando Fader 3469, Cerro de las Rosas, Córdoba. Postal code: 5009

TE: (54 0351) 481 0030

Website: eldoce.tv

 

Financial Information

Revenue (in Mill. $)

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Operating Profit (in Mill. $)

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Advertising (in % of total funding)

USD 473,148 / $15,935,252 (2018 official advertising)

Market Share

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